20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

GORGEOUS Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck.

Early 20th Century Austrian Beer Stein, complete with pewter lid, from the famous City and Alpine Resort of Innsbruck.

Made circa 1920.

Beautiful cobalt blue glaze with cream glazes and reliefs on all sides featuring….Innsbruck……….the famous monument of Andreas Hofa and the famous building of Goldenes Dachl.

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andreas_Hofer

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldenes_Dachl

Stunning quality….rare and highly collectible !!

Beer stein (/ˈstaɪn/ US dict: stīn), or simply stein, is an English neologism for either traditional beer mugs made out of stoneware, or specifically ornamental beer mugs that are usually sold as souvenirs or collectibles. In German, the word stein means stone and is also used to refer to any beer mug which holds 1 litre (in some parts of Germany (i.e. Bavaria) they use the word “Maß” instead). Such Steins may be made out of stoneware, pewter, porcelain, or even silver, wood or crystal glass; they may have open tops or hinged pewter lids with a thumb-lever. Steins usually come in sizes of a half litre or a full litre (or comparable historic sizes). Like decorative tankards, they are often decorated in a nostalgic manner, but with allusions to Germany or Bavaria. It is believed by some that the lid was implemented during the age of the Black Plague, to prevent diseased fleas from getting into the beer

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beer_stein

20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck.

Provenance: Bought in Europe.

Dimensions: 8.75″ tall with base diameter of 3.75″

Condition: Very Good.

Price Now: $145

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

Early 20C Austrian Pottery Beer Stein of Innsbruck

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